Can artificial intelligence conduct an informed conversation about the broad and complex technologies under the climate tech umbrella? Let’s let it speak for itself.

A basic assumption in approaches to risk assessment is that the problems they address can be resolved primarily by better information and technocratic solutions. But business executives, policymakers and the public crave simpler, more practical alternatives.

After almost 6 months of discussions and debate in the European Union, the trading bloc’s response to the Inflation Reduction Act is finally taking shape.

Without advances in recycling and decarbonization, the aluminum sector’s emissions could careen towards nearly 2 billion metric tons by 2050.

Ashley Orgain, chief impact officer at Seventh Generation, discusses how the consumer products company hopes to shift the conversation with its ‘climate fingerprint’ reporting.

We need a different kind of leadership — one that makes a positive contribution that counts today and lasts into the future.

Matt Prindiville, CEO and chief solutioneer at Upstream Solutions, discusses his organization’s quest to help reuse business models scale and the need for more infrastructure to support those strategies.

McDonald’s spearheads new strategy to bring clean energy to suppliers.

A shift in mindset, culture and priorities is the first step to making product design more sustainable.

The Stanford dining team is using creatively named dishes to encourage students towards more climate-friendly choices.